ALL DIFFERENT, ALL EQUAL

 

ALL DIFFERENT, ALL EQUAL was the theme for this years Anti-Bullying week.  An assembly hosted by Ann Foxley-Johnson, from the Rotherham Schools Improvement Service, finished off a number of activities that the school had run.

There was an initial assembly with the whole school, where Mrs Foxley-Johnson spoke about bullying and showed the children video clips to generate discussion around what is bullying and what isn’t.

Then followed 3 workshops with the year three and four classes focusing on ‘Conflict Resolution’.  During these sessions, the children would act out common scenarios and deal with the situation as best they could.

After some in school sessions, in our PSHE lessons, Mrs Foxley-Johnson returned to school to run another activity focusing on the ‘Impact of Words’.  She also ran a small workshop with some of the children for them to reflect on their understanding of their learning so far.

All in all it was a great success and we would all like to thank Mrs FJ for her hard work and passion when visiting our school.

Parent Governor Vacancy

Parent Governor Vacancy Nov 17

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Rotherham Hockey Finals 

A  huge congratulations goes out to both our year 5 and 6 girls and boys hockey teams.  Both teams finished in 1st place at the Rotherham Hockey Finals and will now progress to the South Yorkshire Hockey Finals.

Newsletter : Children in Need…

Children in Need.

We will be having a non- uniform day on Friday 17th November to raise money for Children in Need. Buckets will be on the gate for contributions. Activities are planned for the day for children to be involved in. Special biscuits priced at 10p will be on sale at morning break. We will also have a raffle – 20p a ticket – to win a Pudsey Bear. Raffle tickets will be on sale from Monday.

We would also like to try and make some Pudsey Bears in class so would like some materials to be sent into school ie boxes, tubes, scraps of fabric – anything that might help the children with their challenge!

Other dates for your Diary.

  • Monday 20th November – Film night for Y3 and Y4.
  • Tuesday 21st November – Film night for Y5 and Y6.
  • Thursday 23rd November – Film night for Y1 and Y2.
  • More information will be sent out about film night nearer the time.
  • 7.12.17 OR 11.12.17 – Open evening. Appointment times will be organised nearer the time.
  • Thursday 14th December – Winter Fayre. Details nearer the time.

Christmas concerts.

  • Monday 18th December at 2pm – KS1 Concert.
  • Tuesday 19th December at 9.30am Foundation concert,
  • Wednesday 20th December 9.30am OR 2pm KS2 concert.

Thursday 21st December – Christmas Disco for Y1 to Y6. 3pm to 4.30pm. £2 entry which will include a drink and a snack.

 

Friday 22nd December – Break up for Christmas at 2pm.

Monday 8th January – Start back.

Newsletter October 2017

Coffee Morning.

Thank you to everyone who attended our Macmillan coffee morning or sent in contributions. We raised £228.80.

Dates for your Diary.

Thursday 26th October – Halloween disco for Y1 to Y6. £2 – this includes entry, a drink and snack.

  • Friday 27th October – break up for half term at the normal time.
  • Monday 6th November – start back.
  • We will be selling poppies from 6th November – contributions of approximately 50p please.
  • Monday 20th November – Film night for Y3 and Y4.
  • Tuesday 21st November – Film night for Y5 and Y6.
  • Thursday 23rd November – Film night for Y1 and Y2.
  • More information will be sent out about film night nearer the time.
  • 7.12.17 or 11.12.17 – Open evening. Appointment times will be organised nearer the time.
  • Thursday 14th December – Winter Fayre. Details nearer the time.
  • Friday 22nd December – Break up for Christmas at 2pm.
  • Monday 8th January – start back.

Look what we made in baking club…!

Here is the recipe for our delicious

‘Halloween Spider Buns’

(Ask an adult for help before you bake)

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CLEETHORPES

On Wednesday 20th September, KS1 had the pleasure of visiting Cleethorpes beach. The weather couldn’t have been better as we built sandcastles, hunted for shells and walked along the beach. We loved spotting the huge ships in the estuary and seeing the pier at the end of the beach. Our favourite part was the train ride back to the coach. The conductor gave us each a lollipop and we sang songs and waved to the passers-by. We felt like royalty.

 Tesco trip

This September, Year 1 and 2 went to Tesco to start their ‘Beachcombers’ topic with a fishy bang. After walking to Tesco with their class, the children we able to explore the fish counter. They learned about where the fish come from and how they are caught and stored before they get to the shop. We were even able to see a mackerel fish being filleted. It was fascinating to learn where our food comes from.

Newsletter : September (2)

Breakfast Club.

Mrs Garbutt has now retired from running Breakfast Club which she has done for many years. We would like to thank her for all her hard work. Mrs Abdul will now be coordinating Breakfast Club.

Dates for your Diary.

Thursday 28th September Non – uniform day / coffee morning for parents – contributions towards Macmillan Cancer Appeal.
INSET – Friday 29th September so school closed to children.

KS2 Harvest Festival – 2.15pm Monday 23rd October. Foundation and KS1 Harvest Festival – 9.30am Tuesday 24th October.
Nearer the time we would welcome contributions of tins, boxes and packets (no fresh produce thank you) which will be given to the Rush House.

Halloween disco – 3 – 4.30pm Thursday 26th October Y1 to Y6.
Break up for half term – Friday 27th October.
Start back – Monday 6th November.

Open evenings – 7.12.17 or 11.12.17
Christmas Fayre – Thursday 14th December. Break up for Christmas – Friday 22nd December. Start back – Monday 8th January

CRUCIAL CREW

On Wednesday, 13th September, the Y6 children went to the Lifewise Centre in Hellaby to learn about keeping safe as they start becoming more independent – it won’t be long before they begin their next stage of learning in Y7 and therefore become much more independent.

Whilst they were there they took part in a range of activities and scenarios that they may be faced with, along with understanding the consequences of their own actions (the age of criminal responsibility is 10).

They learnt about: fire safety, internet safety including cyber bullying, road safety, first aid, personal safety, and what takes place in a Magistrates Court.  Throughout all the scenarios, children were taught about the importance of always making the right choice and the consequences of making bad choices.

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